Weekly Recap II
Andrea Rivers & Summer Cherland
Faculty, South Mountain Community College
We are back in the studio, talking all things #COVID19, #BlackLivesMatter, and #CulturallyRelevantTeaching. We remind ourselves of the Your Divided Classroom concept. We ask age old questions, like “Are we the sum total of 5 with whom we spend the most time?” “Where did the term social distancing come from?” “What can I do?” and, “How many pumpkins does one person need?”
Weekly Recap Highlights:
- Interviews with the remarkable Dr. Timothy K. Eatman and student-entrepreneur Megan of Texas A&M
- Miranda Rivers’ collaborative piece on nonviolence beyond protests.
Looking ahead to the coming weeks:
- Upcoming episodes: Miranda Rivers of the US Institute of Peace and Dr. Keith Catone of Roger Williams, and Guy Goodman of SMCC.
- Summer is stoked to present on remote interviewing with SOHA on 7/31!
- Interviews with Dr. Sara Simons of UT and the team behind the Black Engineering Faculty Speak video
- Andrea and Summer are hosting a listening learning session on race and culturally responsive teaching in August. Reach out if you’re interested.
Shout outs to:
- Longtime listeners, Wasim, Andrew, Steve and Susan. And greetings new listeners Mike and Chelsea!
- ASU’s Chicano Research Collection
- Free oral history training from Columbia University
- POD Network
- Andrea’s watching #Ozark on Netflix
- Summer recommends Prince’s The Politics of Black Women’s Hair, McGivney’s Pure Land and Learning in a Burning House – fingers crossed Sonya Douglass Horsford comes on the show!
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Recording date: 7/10/20